Author: Nathaniel J. Low

Staff writer since Fall 2015.

Military Bluster and North Korean Escalation

On the morning of April 15, 2017, on the one hundred and fifth anniversary of the birth of Kim Il-sung, North Korea’s founder and the grandfather of current Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un, North Korea conducted a missile test, the next in a long line of recent test provocations. The missile was launched from a submarine… Read more »

Defensive Luddism: North Korean Nukes and Cyber-Resiliency

Nine countries possess nuclear weapons, but one—due to its perceived irrationality—elicits fear in even the most powerful military in the world, and for good reason. According to the Center for Strategic and International Studies, North Korea has doggedly pursued a nuclear weapons program since 2003 and has conducted at least twenty-four missile or nuclear tests… Read more »

Your Uber Driver as a Robot

Our transition to self-driving cars has begun and the ride-sharing industry is leading the way.

The Syrian Maelstrom

Taking a deeper look at the Syrian Civil War’s participants other than ISIS.

Nuclear Fueled Diplomacy

The Iran Nuclear Deal is just one more measure in the fight against nuclear proliferation – a dangerous, complicated, and high risk fight with no end in sight.